Each month I eagerly await the arrival of my FairyLoot month, and March was definitely no different! This month FairyLoot are celebrating their one year anniversary, so I was even more excited than usual to receive the box, and they really did not disappoint. It featured items that are a little different to the usual offering, which I really liked!
FairyLoot is a “fantasy focused monthly subscription box containing a Young Adult book and some hand selected bookish goodies” as described on their website. You can commit to six or twelve month subscriptions or if you’re fast enough, you can get your hands on their single purchase boxes! The February theme was “Myths and Monsters”.
For the first time every, FairyLoot included a scarf in one of their boxes. Exclusively made by GivArt, this silvery dragon scale scarf is so cute! It’s super soft and lightweight, making it the perfect accessory for the good weather we are hoping for here in the UK. Or, it could make a great addition to a bookcase or act as a lovely little decorative piece!
Next is an item that I’m absolutely in love with – the Unicorn Fairy Lights by Mustard! Who doesn’t love a good set of fairy lights? The fact that these are made up of lots of little unicorns and clouds makes them even better and I can’t wait to decorate my bookcase with them.
Now a FairyLoot box wouldn’t be the same without a candle, would it? This Nephilim candle by GeekyClean smells of black cherry and lime, which really reminds me of the cherry cola bottle sweets! It actually smells good enough to eat so I’ll be burning it pretty soon!
The Mermaid Pocket Mirror by Book Otter is so cute and will be a lovely little addition to my everyday makeup bag, and just look at the adorable Dragon and Phoenix magnetic bookmarks by Bonitismo! I don’t have any magnetic bookmarks with my bookish merch yet so I’m really happy to have received these.
So, the item that I was most excited for, the March book of the month! I’d had a few thoughts as to what it might be, so when I finally pulled it out of the book bag and saw I’d been right I may possibly have squealed: Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor. “A whimsical tale of Gods, myths and monsters”, Strange the Dreamer is the first in a new duology, and this edition comes with sprayed blue edges (so pretty) and artwork by Laini Taylor herself. It’s even signed! As always, the book came with a letter from the author and even an exclusive postcard. I cannot wait to sink into this story; I’ve heard such incredible things about this book and as I’m just over halfway through her Daughter of Smoke and Bone series, I know I’m going to love her latest story too.
As this month is celebrating FairyLoot’s one year anniversary, the box also came with a special booklet which told us the history of FairyLoot which I thought was really cool. A chapter sampler of Fallen was also included, and I do love a good Angel story. This is another awesome box from FairyLoot. I’m honestly blown away each and every month by the incredible items included and the hard work that Anissa and Michael put in. If you’re thinking about buying one, go ahead and do it! You won’t regret it – promise.
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